Welcome to the Job Information Center of the Chili Public Library!
The Job Information Center, located in the library, provides materials and services to individuals exploring careers or seeking jobs.
The Job Information Center (JIC) has a collection of materials designed for people who are exploring careers and seeking employment. Its resources include materials in the following areas:
In addition to these materials, computers are available throughout the library for 120-minutes-per-day with access to Microsoft Office, online job searching and email accounts via the Internet.
Central Library of Rochester and Monroe County
New York State Department of Labor: The place to explore careers related to your strengths, skills and talents.
job coaches provide live online assistance (resume preparation, interview practice, etc.) for jobseekers. Access is provided by Novel NY.
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